Two competing visions of ensuring regime survival are battling it out in the Gulf.
The policy of side-stepping the proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran is becoming increasingly untenable for non-Arab Muslim nations and China.
Even on a per person basis, the outlook on Chinese decarbonization is bad.
How many of the world’s tallest buildings will be in China in a decade?
The Muslim nation stands in the way of China’s “One Belt, One Road” dubbed plan for Chinese dominance and authoritarianism.
China’s Belt and Road initiative is eerily reminiscent of a 15th century Chinese vanity exercise.
U.S. pressure on China to “do something” about North Korea results from the Trump team’s lack of regional knowledge.
American worker’s prosperity depends on it.
The United States and China both cozying up to Saudi Arabia (and irritating Iran) could mean global trouble.
China provides close to triple the average annual energy lending of the World Bank and all the Western-backed multi-lateral development banks combined.